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NWA-TNA Impact 8/10/2005

Full TNA Impact! Results 8/10/05 (taped 7/19/05)
Taped From: Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Mike Tenay & Don West
Report by: Adam Martin of

– The TNA promo hits. Following this, the opening for Impact! airs. We are taken to the Impact Zone in Orlando, FL as Matt Bently’s music hits and he makes his way down the ramp with Traci.

Matt Bently w/ Traci vs. Shark Boy
The bell rings and here we go. Bently nails Shark Boy over the back quickly and then kicks him against the ropes. Bently gets in a few rights, sends Shark Boy into the ropes and takes him down with a big arm drag. Bently taunts at the crowd, picks up Shark Boy and hits a quick suplex. Bently covers, but only gets a two count. Bently sits on the shoulders of Shark Boy against the second rope and Traci gets in a cheap shot with the referee distracted. Shark Boy fights back with a knee to the face on Bently followed by a reverse neckbreaker. Shark Boy covers, but only gets a two count. Shark Boy then goes up to the top turnbuckle, leaps and takes out Bently with a missile dropkick. Shark Boy covers, but only gets a two count. Shark Boy gets in a few right hands on Bently in the corner and Traci starts to distract the referee. Shark Boy sees this, goes to the ring apron and bites her on the butt. Shark Boy then gets back in the ring and Bently nails him with a superkick. Bently covers…1..2…3.

Winner: Matt Bently

– Backstage, Shane Douglas is with Shocker. Douglas brings up that Shocker was a favorite going into the Super X Cup Tournament, but that he got upset by Alex Shelley early in. Douglas adds that Shocker defeated Shelley at Slammiversary making it 1-1 between them and asks if he took Shelley a bit too lightly a few weeks ago. Shocker admits that he did underestimate Shelley, but said the third match is what matters the most and added that the best man will win at Sacrifice.

– The promo for TNA Sacrifice on PPV on August 14 airs.

Super X Cup Tournament Semi-Final Match
AJ Styles vs. Petey Williams w/ A-1

The bell rings and both Styles and Williams stare each other down. Both lock up and Styles pushes Williams to the corner. Both roll around against the ropes until Styles keeps Williams pushed against the corner and then backs off. Both lock up again and Williams applies a headlock. Styles attempts to send Williams into the ropes, but Williams falls to his knees to prevent it. Williams fires back with a full body arm drag on Styles and Styles responds with an arm drag of his own into an armbar submission. Williams fights back, flips over Styles on the mat, Styles and Williams exchange arm locks until Styles drives Williams face first to the mat applying a hammerlock. Styles gets in a few hard rights and a few chops in the corner as we go to a commercial break.


– A promo for “Nevermore – The Best of Raven” DVD airs.

We are back at the Impact Zone as Styles hits a quick scoop slam on Williams, goes off the ropes and connects with a big knee to the face. Styles jumps up again and does the same to Williams. Styles hooks the leg, but only gets a two count. Williams goes off the ropes, but Styles catches him and hits a quick backbreaker. Styles scoop slams Williams near the corner, jumps to the top, but A-1 pulls Williams out of the ring to the outside. Styles then attempts a baseball slide, but Williams jumps up onto the ring apron and dodges it. Styles then stays beneath Williams and attempts a powerbomb off the ring apron, but Williams counters that into a leg drop on Styles on the ring apron. A-1 then clotheslines Styles on the outside as Williams distracts the referee. A-1 tosses Styles back in as Williams covers, but only gets a two count. Williams applies a double arm submission on Styles and then breaks it up with a few knees to the back. A-1 adds in a few more cheap shots to Styles from the outside as Williams distracts the referee yet again. Styles fights back with some hard rights, goes off the ropes, but Williams takes him off his feet with a quick elbow. Williams then attempts a suplex, but Styles lifts Williams up and comes down in a big hangmans neckbreaker. Styles gets in a few elbows to Williams followed by a few clothesline and elbow takedowns. Styles takes out Williams with a spin kick and then trips up Williams in the middle of the ring. Styles then drops Williams chest first over his knee, covers, but only gets a two count. Styles then drives Williams face first on the mat, turns him over into a pinfall, but gets another two count. Williams hits an elbow to the chin and follows that up with a quick russian leg sweep. Williams signals for the Canadian Destroyer, but Styles counters out of it. Both lock arms back-to-back, Styles breaks out of it, springboards off the ropes and catches Williams in an inverted DDT! Styles covers, but only gets a two count. Williams counters a powerbomb attempt by Styles into a crucifix pin for a close two count. A-1 tosses the hockey stick into the ring as he distracts the referee. Williams picks it up, Styles throws Williams into A-1 on the ring apron who flies off. Williams then attempts to apply the Sharpshooter, but Styles counters that into a small package for the pinfall.

Winner & Advancing to the Finals: AJ Styles

– The promo for TNA Sacrifice on PPV on August 14 airs.

– Backstage, Shane Douglas is with Lance Hoyt. Douglas brings up his match with Abyss at Sacrifice this Sunday on PPV. He asks him what he is thinking about that right now. Hoyt said he looks at it as opportunity since it found him in TNA. Abyss then attacks Hoyt from behind and smacks a steel chair across his back. James Mitchell then gets in Hoyt’s face saying he made the worse mistake of his life challenging Abyss to a match at Sacrifice.

– A promo for “Enigma – The Best of Jeff Hardy” DVD airs.

– A quick promo for Bound for Glory on October 23rd airs.

– Backstage, Shane Douglas is with Kip James & Monty Brown. He brings up their match at Sacrifice against Konnan & Ron Killings with BG James as the special guest referee. Monty Brown says the 2 Dead Crew will make the ultimate sacrifice this Sunday. James cuts him off and says this is exactly what they want with BG as the special guest referee. Brown said BG likes to ask people to “call somebody” and he tells BG he should call Elix Skipper after his match next to ask him what it feels like to feel The Pounceeeeeeeeeee-ah…period.

Monty Brown w/ Kip James vs. Elix Skipper
The bell rings and here we go. Brown attacks Skipper from behind right away, knocking him to the outside. Brown follows and throws Skipper up against the steel guard railing. Brown tells the crowd to move, looks to do a german suplex and then taunts at the crowd saying he won’t do it. Brown tosses Skipper back inside, covers, but only gets a two count. Brown hits a high back body drop on Skipper, but Skipper lands on his feet and takes out Brown with a spin kick. Brown sends Skipper into the ropes, Skipper dodges two clotheslines from Brown, springboards off the top rope, but when he lands Brown takes him out with The Pounce. Brown covers…1…2…3.

Winner: Monty Brown

– A promo for the “Destination X” DVD airs.

America’s Most Wanted vs. Simon Diamond & David Young
The bell rings and we start with James Storm and David YOung. Both lock up and Storm breaks it up with a shoulder block on Young off the ropes. Chris Harris gets the tag, he lifts up Young in the air and Storm takes him out with a jumping clotheslines. Both take out Diamond on the ring apron and give Young a double dropkick. Diamond gets the tag and he takes out Harris with some hard rights, covers, but only gets a two count. Young gets the tag and he throws Harris to the corner hitting a few hard rights. Young misses a charage on Harris and Harris takes out Diamond on the ring apron. Storm gets the tag and he hits a powerslam on Diamond followed by a huricanranna on Young for a two count when Diamond breaks it up. Harris hits the ring and he hits a double back body drop on Young. Storm jumps over the top rope and takes out Diamond on the outside. In the ring, Harris hits a big hanging suplex on Young. Harris walks over to Diamond on the outside, but Diamond trips him up and pulls him out. Back in the ring, Storm jumps in but Team Canada appears and trips up Storm as he is about to charge at Young. Young hits a spinebuster on Storm, covers and gets the pinfall.

Winners: Simon Diamond & David Young

After the match, Team Canada hits the ring and start attacking America’s Most Wanted. The Naturals then hit the ring and they chase off Team Canada.

– The promo for TNA Sacrifice on PPV on August 14 airs.

Konnan & Ron “The Truth” Killings vs. Jerrelle Clark & Mikey Batts
We come back and all four are in the ring as the bell sounds. The match starts with Konnan and Jerrelle Clark. Clark attempts to counter out of an arm lock by Konnan, but Konnan keeps it locked in. Konnan takes out Clark with a shouler block followed by a rolling thunder clothesline. Konnan takes off his shoe and throws it at Clark in the corner. Konnan lifts Clark into the air and drops him down face first. Ron Killings gets the tag, Konnan opens Clarks legs and Konnan comes down with a leg drop to the groin. Clark moves to the corner and he hits a big springboard moonsault off the top rope to take out Killings. BG James is then shown looking on at the match. Back in the ring, Batts comes in and Konnan holds him in the air as Killings takes him out with a big kick. Konnan hits a big suplex on Clark and follows that up with a big powerbomb for the pinfall.

Winners: Konnan & Ron “The Truth” Killings

After the match, BG James walks down the ramp and smiles at Konnan and Ron Killings following their victory. Konnan gets on the mic and questions BG James. Killings gets on the mic and said BG is here, that is all that matters. Killings starts up a 3 Live Kru chant as BG James joins them on the ring apron. Konnan stares down BG and then leaves the ring still not trusting him.

– Backstage, Shane Douglas is with the NWA World Tag Team Champions The Naturals and America’s Most Wanted. Douglas said this is probably the first time in a while we have seen both of these tag teams not going at it. James Storm adds that those tag team belts he is holding truly belong to AMW. Chris Harris steps in and agrees, but adds that both teams are dealing with a common denominator in Team Canada. Harris said the simple fact that these two tag teams are standing together should serve as a warning to Team Canada. Chase Stevens said he thinks they are seeing eye-to-eye and said this Sunday at Sacrifce, it won’t be The Naturals vs. AMW but rather both teaming up to take on Team Canada.

– The promo for TNA Sacrifice on PPV on August 14 airs.

Rhino vs. Chris Sabin
The bell sounds and here we go. Rhino gets in a quick kick to Sabin’s gut and follows that up with some hard rights. Sabin flips out of the arm lock Rhino has applied, but Rhino breaks that up with some more hard rights. Sabin fights back with a head scissors take down followed by a quick arm drag. Sabin leaps over Rhino attempting a sunset flip, but Rhino counters out of that. Sabin quickly follows that up with a dropkick, covers, but barely gets a one count. Rhino goes up to the top rope, but Sabin gets in a stiff kick to Rhino’s head. Rhino falls to the outside and Sabin follows that up with a huge leap over the top rope to take out Rhino. Sabin sends Rhino back inside, but Rhino throws Sabin up on his shoulders and hits a modified death valley driver. Rhino covers, but only gets a two count. Rhino nails Sabin with some hard rights and then hits a quick high vertical suplex. Another cover by Rhino leads to a two count. Rhino hits Sabin a few times over the back, hits a snapmare and then applies a reverse chin lock on Sabin while driving his knee to his back. Sabin fights back with some elbows to the gut. Sabin comes off the ropes, leaps up Rhino and connects with a huge huricanranna. Both Rhino and Sabin get on their feet exchanging chops to the chest. Sabin gets in an atomic drop followed by a springboard off the ropes with an elbow to Rhino’s chest. Sabin catches Rhino with a spin kick in the corner and then connects with a big tornado DDT from the corner. Sabin covers, but only gets a two count. Sabin charges at Rhino and Rhino grabs him, sending him over the top rope. Rhino then goes to the outside and pulls out a table from under the ring. Rhino slides the table into the ring and then grabs Sabin tossing him back inside. Sabin fights back with some rights and follows it up with a splash in the corner on Rhino. Sabin gets in a dropkick to Rhino’s head, springboards off the top rope from the ring and connects with a huge missile dropkick on Rhino. Sabin covers…1…2…Rhino kicks out. Rhino then powers back with a big spinebuster on Sabin. Rhino then backs up, Sabin stands back up and Rhino takes out Sabin with The Gore. Rhino covers and gets the pinfall.

Winner: Rhino

After the match, Raven hits the ring and starts attacking Rhino. Raven takes out Rhino with a clothesline and then follows that up with a running knee that sends Rhino to the outside. Jeff Jarrett then hits the ring and Raven takes him out with a running bulldog. After this happens, Rhino hits the ring again and takes out Raven with The Gore. Jarrett then sets up the table with Rhino in the ring. The lights go out. When they come back on, Sabu is in the ring and he throws a steel chair at Rhino’s face. Sabu takes out Jarrett with an elbow. Sabu sets Rhino up on the top turnbuckle as Jarrett brawls with Raven. Jarrett then puts Raven on the table and Rhino fights back powerbombing Sabu on top of Raven on the table. The table doesn’t break however so Rhino powerbombs Sabu through it, smashing it to pieces. The show goes off the air with Jarrett locking on the Figure Four on Raven…

Bob Colling Jr. View All

34-year-old currently living in Syracuse, New York. Long-time fan of the New York Mets, Chicago Bulls, and Minnesota Vikings. An avid fan of professional wrestling and write reviews/articles on the product. Usually focusing on old-school wrestling.

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